One year on from the start of the war on Iraq and the line still cannot be drawn.
Where the Mail and the Daily Express lead on migration policy, home secretary David Blunkett and Tony Blair are sure to follow.
IBM blocks TV adverts - Medals for 'independent' journalists - Wind farms danger to radar, say military - Ryanair boss explains his strategy
Former MI5 officer David Shayler spoke to Socialist Review about whistleblowing on the intelligence services.
Heloisa Helena was one of the Brazilian Workers Party‘s most popular figures when it won the presidential election 15 months ago, and used to be...
On 25 February the National Higher Education Shutdown, called jointly by the National Union of Students (NUS) and the Association of University...
A year since the invasion of Iraq and the government is still in a state of crisis. Lindsey German, convenor of the Stop the War Coalition, analyses why.
The costs of the occupation keep rising - and the ’blood price‘ is being paid by Iraqi civilians.
The resignations at the BBC following the Hutton report caused a storm. Colin Sparks looks at the role of public broadcasting in a time of crisis.
Ex-MI5 whistleblower David Shayler exposes the abuse of intelligence to justify war.
The Great Miners‘ Strike mobilised whole communities and transformed lives. Sally Campbell speaks to some of the many fighters about what they did at the time.
Despite mass mobilisation against them, the right seem set to win the election in Spain. Andy Durgan assesses the prospects for a revival of the radical left.
Diane Abbott on race and classes.
Millions of Windows computers infected with the My Doom virus, major security flaws exposed in some systems and the leaking of some sections of the Windows source code will probably mean that...
Public sector reform has problems in store for Blair.
Allegations of corruption and murder are rocking California‘s penal system.
My enemy‘s enemy is not always my friend.
Four centuries later, Mike Gonzalez finds Don Quixote a strangely modern tragicomic hero.
A whitewash has rarely been so misjudged as Hutton‘s.
January‘s Socialist Review title (’Another Left is Possible‘) rings true all over Europe.
On the day after the Hutton report was published I was involved in my first spontaneous walkout (’BBC: Public Service Demonstration‘, February SR).
The BNP is an issue that the government (and certainly British socialism) ought to acknowledge.
It is often said that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Why then does John Molyneux (February SR) simply dismiss the experience of the Socialist Alliance (SA) in...
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